Cranley Residence / Architecture Building Culture

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/897280/cranley-residence-architecture-building-culture Clipboard Manufacturers: Henry Company, James Hardie, Rubio Monocoat, General Paints, InnotechSave this picture!© Andrew LatreilleRecommended ProductsWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityWindowsSolarluxSliding Window – CeroWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsText description provided by the architects. This project takes its cue from the landscape. It is a single story house that climbs the sloping property in four large steps. Living is at street level and each bedroom is on its own terrace with the master bedroom at the top. To take advantage of the sun and landscape, all rooms have south facing windows with direct access to the courtyard garden.Save this picture!© Andrew LatreilleSave this picture!Site PlanSave this picture!© Andrew LatreilleThe living space is framed by large matching glass sliders and windows that face the front and back yards allowing for more than sufficient daylight during the grey winter months, as well as expansive views extending from the back forest and cliffs through the house to the front garden, the street and ultimately the neighbourhood.Save this picture!© Andrew LatreilleNeither orientation, front or back, is over-emphasized at the expense of the other, so that living in this house is as much about enjoying a private landscape as a shared one.Save this picture!© Andrew LatreilleProject gallerySee allShow lessHenning Larsen Release Images of Revitalized Shipyard District in Gdansk, PolandArchitecture NewsPopulous Creates Design-Build Group to Deliver Sports Venue Upgrades (Without Upsett…Articles Share Cranley Residence / Architecture Building Culture “COPY” “COPY” Cranley Residence / Architecture Building CultureSave this projectSaveCranley Residence / Architecture Building Culture Save this picture!© Andrew Latreille+ 21Curated by Fernanda Castro Share Photographs:  Andrew Latreille , Mark Ritchie Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ArchDaily CopyHouses•West Vancouver, Canada Architects: Architecture Building Culture Area Area of this architecture projectcenter_img Area:  3200 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeArchitecture Building CultureOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWest VancouverCanadaPublished on July 05, 2018Cite: “Cranley Residence / Architecture Building Culture” 05 Jul 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceGlass3MSun Control Window Film in MarkthalSinkshansgroheBasin FaucetsPaintSTAC BONDComposite Panel Finishes – MetallicsConcreteKrytonConcrete Hardening – Hard-CemSkylightsLAMILUXGlass Skylight FE PassivhausLightsLouis PoulsenOutdoor Lighting – Flindt GardenWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 70 ADUrban ShadingPunto DesignPavilion – CUBEDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile FILO 10 Hinged Door | AlbaWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT BlockGreen FacadesSempergreenLiving Wall – SemperGreenwallMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Year:  Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/897280/cranley-residence-architecture-building-culture Clipboard Canada Projects 2016 Houseslast_img read more

Fans protest against name change

first_imgHull fans staged a protest against a proposed change of the club’s name to ‘Hull City Tigers’ ahead of the Barclays Premier League match against Norwich. Press Association Alam wants the club to be rebranded as Hull Tigers or Hull City Tigers. center_img Around 40 fans with placards and a banner proclaiming “a club not a brand” marched on the KC Stadium. It follows Egyptian-born owner Assem Allam saying earlier this month that the name Hull City was “irrelevant” and that he disliked the word ‘City’ because it is “common”. last_img read more

Walcott could make Anfield return

first_img The knock-out stages of the Champions League await Arsenal, who have been paired with Monaco, the French club where Wenger made his name as a young coach. Wenger won the Ligue 1 title in 1988 and the French Cup in 1991, as well as reaching the European Cup Winners’ Cup final and then the semi-finals of the Champions League in 1994, and went on to have a spell managing in Japan before being a surprise choice for the Arsenal job in October 1996. He has never since faced Monaco in a competitive fixture, and is looking forward to his return to the Stade Louis II stadium for the second leg of the tie in March next year. “We had very few chances to get Monaco and I think it’s a strange coincidence in life because I have spent 25 years of my life at Monaco and Arsenal together, so it’s a little bit like my life meets my life,” the 65-year-old said. “It is good as well because I go back to basically where I started. “I have never [been back], because I was always very busy and since I have been here in England we have played every three days basically throughout the whole season. I have been back to the city a few times but never to the stadium.” Monaco were considered one of the weaker seeds, having come through Group C ahead of Bayer Leverkusen but scored just four goals – two of those coming in the final tie with Zenit St Petersburg. “Overall it is an opportunity for us to get through to the quarter-final,” said Wenger, whose side were knocked out of Europe by Bayern Munich in the past two seasons. “Having said that, Monaco is a tough draw because they have come top out of a very tough group and that means it is a signal for us to be ready to meet a tough team who defend very well and are very quick on counter-attacks. We need a good defensive performance against them.” Arsenal forward Theo Walcott could make a long-awaited return to action at Liverpool on Sunday. Press Association Manager Arsene Wenger revealed the 25-year-old, who has made just two appearances this season following recovery from a long-term knee injury, is set to resume full training after a groin problem suffered while on international duty with England. While Wenger will take no chances on Walcott’s rehabilitation, the imminent availability of the jet-heeled forward will come as a welcome boost ahead of the hectic Christmas schedule, which could also see both defender Nacho Monreal and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain shake off their fitness problems. “There is a slight chance of (Nacho) Monreal being available and a very slight chance for Walcott. We hope that Oxlade-Chamberlain will be fit. We will see that on Saturday,” Wenger told Arsenal Player. “He (Walcott) is back in training today (Thursday), but only today. I might take him (to Liverpool), I don’t know yet until he is back to full training. Let’s see.” Oxlade-Chamberlain limped out of the closing stages of Arsenal’s 4-1 Barclays Premier League win over Newcastle last weekend with a groin problem which the club hope will prove to be minor. “That’s what we’ll see on Saturday after a test. He is not in training at the moment,” Wenger said. Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil is another who is stepping up his rehabilitation, having been out since the defeat at Chelsea on October 5 because of a knee problem. Wenger confirmed both goalkeeper David Ospina and midfielder Tomas Rosicky are also close to being available again following their respective thigh problems. However, captain Mikel Arteta (calf), midfielder Aaron Ramsey (hamstring) and centre-back Laurent Koscielny (calf) are still out, but “progressing as planned”, according to the Gunners boss. Arsenal will be looking to remain within striking distance of the top four with a positive result at Anfield to continue their upturn in form, which has seen five wins from six across all competitions. last_img read more

Scotland earns call-up for U19 World Cup qualifier

first_imgHAMILTON, Bermuda, (CMC) – Fourteen-year-old Marcus Scotland has been rewarded for a string of top performances with the bat in England by being named in Bermuda’s squad of 14 players for an ICC Under-19 World Cup qualifier in Canada next month.Scotland, whose late grandfather Rupert Scotland, a top cricketer, came to Bermuda from Antigua, is currently in Surrey’s youth programme.Scotland struck his highest score so far when he made 174 not out for Surrey Under-14 County Age Group in his team’s match against Cambridgeshire Under-14s last weekend.The score followed Scotland’s first century five days earlier against Sussex Under-14s when he scored 100 not out. It takes his total to 554 runs in 11 innings this season with two 50s and two centuries, all not out.Bermuda will face Canada and the United States in the qualifier, starting in Toronto on July 17. The winners will advance to the Under-19 World Cup to be held in New Zealand next year.National coach Clay Smith said: “This was a very difficult team to select, but I want to thank all the players for their efforts. The team is fairly young, but very talented, and I have no doubt they will put their best foot forward … and do us all proud.”Announcing the team on Friday, Bermuda Cricket Board president Lloyd Fray said: “I am very pleased with the intensity and quality of the preparation for this squad.“Bermuda first qualified for the Under-19 World Cup 10 years ago in Toronto, so hopefully we will see history repeat itself this year.”SQUAD – Dalin Richardson (captain), Nzari Painter (vice-captain), Alje Richardson, Amori Dean Simons, Cameron Jeffers, Jabari Darrell, Jade Morrissey, Marcus Scotland, Najiyah Raynor, Nirobi Smith Mills, Q’Shai Darrell, Ras Solomon Burrows, Rudi Butterfield, Jaiden Manders.last_img read more

I am not quitting Hearts of Oak – David Duncan

first_imgAccra Hearts of Oak coach David Duncan has told JOY Sports he will not be leaving the club now that the season has ended.This goes to dispel all speculations that the former Ashgold trainer was unhappy with the former African champions and wanted to quit.It was widely rumored towards the end of the 2012/2013 premier league season that the outspoken coach was frustrated at not receiving enough support from management of the Phobia fraternity and thus hinted at moving.But Duncan, who is credited with the turnaround of Hearts Oak, leading them to a fifth place finish, told JOY Sports “I am with Hearts of Oak, I am going nowhere. How many times do you want me to reiterate this? I am going nowhere.”The 2012/2013 season’s top scorer, Mahatma Otoo with 20 goals emerged from David Duncan’s side and the coach believes “Mahatma Otoo deserves more than praises for his goal scoring techniques. Mahatma is simply unbelievable.“Words just can’t describe how he takes his goals. These are goals that belong to the sophisticated European leagues, typically for some selected few players in Europe. But he’s been able to display something like that here and that shows his class. He should nick the best player award and any award in that category.”last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016

first_imgWellington Police notes for Wednesday, September 14, 2016:•7:50 a.m. Ronald L. Erber, 64, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 30 mph in a 20 mph school zone.•8:15 a.m. Jason M. Brooner, 42, Wellington was arrested on a failure to appear bond revocation.•2:12 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 900 block N. Woodlawn, Wellington.•3:30 p.m. Kathrine A. Franke, 36, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for speeding 32 mph in a 20 mph school zone.•3:40 p.m. Agnes R. Case, 56, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for speeding 30 mph in a 20 mph school zone.•6:24 p.m. Officers investigated a domestic battery in the 800 block N. Woodlawn, Wellington.•7:32 p.m. Caleb D. Stewart, 28, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with domestic battery.•6:09 p.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 1100 block W. 8th, Wellington.•6:59 p.m. Officers conducted a warrant service in the 500 block S. C, Wellington.•6:59 p.m. Officers investigated possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia of a known suspect in the city.•7:24 p.m. Jessie W. Brown, 29, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with theft.•7:25 p.m. Officers investigated interference with law enforcement officers in the 800 block N. Woodlawn, Wellington.•7:27 p.m. Jessie W. Brown, 29, Wellington was arrested and confined on a Jackson County Bench Warrant for failure to appear for charges of driving while license is suspended.•7:27 p.m. Jessie W. Brown, 29, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.7:32 p.m. Caleb D. Stewart, 28, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with interference with law enforcement officers.•8:13 p.m. Officers issued a no trespass notice in the 800 block N. Woodlawn, Wellington by known suspect.•8:20 p.m. Tony L. Sanchez, 38, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for disobeyed stop sign.last_img read more

Carmelo Anthony Says Why Players Will Refuse to Play for Atlanta Hawks

first_imgFormer Hawks and Cavs GM Danny Ferry said respected star Loul Deng has some “African” in him to mean that he is a double-handed person.For some mysterious reason, the city of Atlanta has long been an attractive destination for  wealthy and upwardly mobile blacks to move to, but the Atlanta Hawks cannot seem to attract a single NBA star to come to the team, despite the fact the National Basketball Association is more than 80 percent black.Dominique Wilkins was the Hawks last great transcendent superstar, but he was the team’s first-round draft pick in 1982 and was unceremoniously booted from the team over 20 years ago.The Hawks’ inability to field a team full of stars, like the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics were able to do, is baffling to most basketball fans and sports pundits alike.Exacerbating their dilemma is the racial debacle that erupted last week after it was learned that both Hawks owner Bruce Levenson and general manager Danny Ferry both went off on highly inflammatory racial rants. As been reported by Atlanta Daily World, Levenson complained bitterly about the overwhelmingly black fan base and how they are allegedly scaring away the white fan base, while Ferry broad-brushed the entire continent of Africa to describe an unlikable trait in star Loul Deng.Because of this, NBA superstar Carmelo Anthony believes the team will have an even harder time getting anyone to come to the ATL, much less keep the players they have.“Nobody would want to play there,” Anthony said while referring to players’ unwillingness to sign with the team. “I think it was uncalled for. From an owner, from a GM, those are not things you play with. As a player, we’re looking for a job, we’re trying to find a place where we can move our family, where we can make our family comfortable. But those comments right there, we would never look at the franchise. I’m speaking on behalf of all athletes. We would never look at a situation like that.”Levenson was reportedly forced to put the Hawks up for sale after he was outted. Ferry asked for an indefinite leave of absence, which mostly likely means that he will never step foot inside the franchise’s doors ever again. He will also have a difficult time finding employment in the same capacity with another NBA franchise seeing that the league is predominantly black.Ironically, Dominique Wilkins, who is now in the Pro Basketball Hall of Fame and does color commentary for the Hawks games, is fronting a group who is interested in purchasing the beleaguered and embattled Hawks.Most surprisingly, none of the current Haws players have uttered a single syllable publicly about the racial fracas surrounding the team.last_img read more

Iconic Filmmaker Kevin Smith Comes Home To Support FilmOneFest

first_imgBy Chris Rotolo |ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – If a kid from Highlands who worked at the Quick Stop can make it, so can you.It’s a sentiment that local icon Kevin Smith has used to inspire a generation of independent filmmakers and one that holds weight, considering the Henry Hudson Regional High School alum was in fact an employee of the Leonardo convenience store while he wrote, directed and produced his breakthrough 1994 hit “Clerks.”A champion of independent film and the creative minds behind them, Smith has announced he’ll be coming home next month in support of the Atlantic Highlands-based FilmOneFest, where he’ll lead an intimate Q&A session on Sunday, May 6 at the vintage Atlantic Cinemas.“Whenever Kevin has hosted events like this, he’s always encouraging and supportive of the artists who are there to ask questions of him,” said Corinna Thuss, FilmOneFest managing director. “He’s genuine and speaks from the heart. He’s able to make a connection. That’s why his story continues to inspire. It’s his authenticity. You can’t fake that and it resonates.”Thuss is in her fourth year with the FilmOneFest – a showcase dedicated to two-minute-long films – and alongside festival founder Robert O’Connor and their staff of dedicated volunteers, the Atlantic Highlands native has worked to make the 10th anniversary of this celebration of the short film a special one.“I know 10 years is a special milestone for Robert and everyone involved and being able to have Kevin be part of the celebration speaks to how far this festival has come. We’re at a place now where we can properly host and promote a huge event featuring a filmmaker of his stature.”Smith is home recovering from life-saving surgery after he suffered a massive heart attack Feb. 25 while shooting a stand-up special in California. According to social media posts by Smith, he had a 100 percent blockage of his left anterior descending artery, also known as a widow-maker. His recovery is not expected to affect his attendance at the event.This is the second consecutive year Smith will be headlining a Q&A event in support of FilmOneFest and festival volunteer Janet Petersen is the one responsible for bringing the filmmaker on board.“Kevin has been a longtime friend of mine,” said Petersen, who met Smith in the eighth grade at Henry Hudson Regional School. “We connected from the very beginning. He was always someone that you just felt comfortable around. He genuinely cares about people and I think that’s why he and his work resonates so strongly with audiences.”Petersen, who attended college in California before settling with her family in the borough, became involved with FilmOneFest two years ago when she learned of the event through her volunteer work with the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council.“The Arts Council offers a free summer arts camp that my two boys take part in and I wanted to give back to the organization that has given my kids so much,” said Petersen, a wealth manager at Oppenheimer. “That’s when I gave Kevin a call and mentioned the festival to him. He was on board immediately and asked what we could do.”The “Intimate Q&A with Kevin Smith” is not part of the scheduled FilmOneFest events but rather a precursor to the festivities, as the festival itself is set to take place on July 21.Tickets for the event are limited and can be purchased at filmonefest.org. There are 22 rows of seating in the Atlantic Cinemas theater. Access to premium seating (Rows 2 through 5) is $60, while regular admission seating is $55.Event Prep – The Kevin Smith Tour of the Jersey ShoreKevin Smith is the mastermind behind such revered cult classics as “Clerks,” “Chasing Amy” and “Dogma,” a series of films that showcased the filmmaker’s adoration for his Bayshore roots by filming at least portions of the movies at various Jersey Shore locations.You can prepare for his forthcoming Q&A by taking this Kevin Smith Tour of the Jersey Shore:The Quick Stop: The tour starts where it all began for Smith, at the Quick Stop convenience store located at 58 Leonard Ave. in Leonardo. Smith filmed the majority of “Clerks” inside the shop, save for some street hockey antics on the roof and select scenes at the now defunct RST Video Rental. He also brought “Clerks II” to a heartwarming conclusion at the shop. Head inside to check out the Quick Stop’s “shrine” to Smith and search for the perfect dozen eggs.The Kings Arms Diner: When Ben Affleck delivered a royalty check to Jay and Silent Bob at this Belford eatery back in the 1997 film “Chasing Amy,” it was called the Marina Diner. Located at 553 Route 36, the diner has since been renamed the Kings Arms, but the layout is still the same. Walk inside, head to the left and pop a squat in the third booth on the right.Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash: Stopping by The Secret Stash at 35 Broad St. in Red Bank is a must for any fan on the Kevin Smith Tour of the Jersey Shore. None of his movies were filmed at the location, but you can see memorabilia from the sets of “Clerks II” and “Dogma.”Jack’s Music Shoppe: After perusing the stash, head across the street to Jack’s Music Shoppe at 30 Broad St. where scenes from “Chasing Amy” were shot. You can also sit on the steps of the apartment to the left of the legendary record store, the upstairs abode that Affleck and Jason Lee called home in the 1997 film.Victory Park: Get away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Red Bank by heading down River Road to Victory Park in Rumson. It was on the swing set where Affleck and Joey Lauren Adams fell in love in “Chasing Amy.”Silver Ball Museum: One thing you may not have known about God – or Alanis Morissette, who played the supreme being in Smith’s 1999 production “Dogma” – is that the omniscient being is a big fan of ski ball, or at least that’s what Smith led us to believe in his star-studded spiritual satire. God can be seen strolling on the Asbury Park Boardwalk after a ski ball binge at the 1000 Ocean Ave. locale.The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel: In “Chasing Amy” Affleck and Lee play a pair of successful comic book artists who we first see at a local comic convention. The convention was shot in the ballroom at the storied Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel at 1401 Ocean Ave. in Asbury Park.Ocean Ice Palace: After a long day of touring, the last stop on this trek brings you to the historic Ocean Ice Palace. Cool off with a skate or take in a game from the balcony seating above the ice where Affleck and Adams appeared in the climactic scene of “Chasing Amy.”This article was first published in the April 12-19, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.last_img read more

Local Legislators Hope For Stronger Gun Storage Regulations

first_img“We talk about parents and guardians practicing responsible gun ownership, but the same needs to extend to those who are selling guns in this state,” Houghtaling said. “Again, it comes down to taking responsibility. When you’re in that business, you have a responsibility to inform your customers. And we certainly need to take responsibility in creating information that can be consumed.” The first of two bills (A-3696) requires the safe storage of a firearm and establishes penalties for improper firearm storage. Under the measure, a legal owner of a firearm that is not in use at a premise under the owner’s control is required to store the firearm in a securely locked box or container in a location, which a reasonable person would believe to be secure. Users may also secure the firearm with a trigger lock. By creating a law that calls for stricter storage requirements for firearms owners, Assemblywoman Joann Downey believes unnecessary tragedies can be avoided and the threat of gun violence in schools stemmed. Both bills are due to gobefore Assembly SpeakerCraig Coughlin (D-19) forfur ther consideration. “There are no protections against an all too familiar story we’ve seen in the news, like a young person who is suffering from anxiety or depression and then locates their parent’s gun. They take their own life and leave their family to mourn a senseless tragedy,” Downey said. Those who fail to adhere to the mandate will be found guilty of a disorderly persons offense, which carries the potential for a six-month prison sentence and a maximum $1,000 fine. According to testimony about the bill provided by Downey to the Assembly Judiciary Committee, though there are requirements and penalties meant to protect children from accessing loaded firearms that are not in use, there is no general requirement for the storage of unloaded firearms. Another staggering figure is that 80 percent of guns used in youth suicide attempts were reportedly stored in the victim’s home or accessed in the home of a friend or relative. The lack of regulation allows gun owners to leave weaponry in accessible locations like a kitchen table or a bedroom nightstand, even with ammunition situated nearby. Additionally, 75 percent of first and second graders know where their parents store their weapons and approximately 36 percent admitted to handling the family firearm without parental permission. An Assembly panel recently advanced seven measures to address gun safety concerns, including legislation sponsored by Downey (D-11) and fellow Democrat Eric Houghtaling (D-11), which specifically targets safe storage of unloaded firearms in the home, as well as mandatory education of firearm dealers about suicide prevention. According to Houghtaling, the informational materials would advise store customers and firing range patrons about different ways to prevent a friend or family member in crisis from accessing their weapon. “This is about responsibility,” Houghtaling said. “If you’re going to own a gun it’s not too much to ask that you store it properly. I’m not here to be anti-gun person. I’m not preaching about limiting a gun owner’s rights. But we have to be better about keeping guns out of the hands of those who are inexperienced, like young children.” It was a particularly disturbing sentiment for Houghtaling, who recognized a mental health concern among youth across the nation and citied several instances of youth suicide in his district during a June 17 interview with The Two River Times. The Center of Injury Research and Prevention at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia published statistics stating that 1.7 million children live with unlocked, loaded guns in their homes. The second piece of legislation (A-3896) requires the State Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal to cooperate with the Shareef M. Elnahal, the commissioner of health, to develop suicide prevention course curriculum and informational materials for retail firearm dealers who sell guns or operate a firing range to display and distribute to patrons. “No other reasonable nation allows for firearms to be left unsecured where any child or thief can easily obtain them. If every firearm in New Jersey were safely secured in a locked container tomorrow, we would see the rate of suicides, unintentional tragedies and school shootings rapidly plummet,” Downey said.last_img read more

Trail hosts 2012 B.C. Little League Baseball Championships, first game Saturday against White Rock

first_imgTeams arrive Friday for the banquet with official opening ceremonies set to go Saturday prior to the Trail/White Rock contest.Trail, with two players from Nelson on the roster — Reece Tambellini and Quin Hall  — plays Hastings Sunday at 10 a.m. and Dunbar, Forest Hills and Beacon Hill Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively, at 5 p.m.The rest of the team is from Trail and Fruitvale.Kiran Johnston, Nolan Piche and Dawson denBeisne are the Fruitvalites on the squad while Trail’s contingent consists of Bradley Ross, Colton Miracle, Ross St. Jean, Derek Green and Jon Ballarin.Thursday is a rain out day.Friday the top four teams meet in semi final round before the two winners advance to Saturday’s Championship game at noon.The winner represents the province of BC at the Canadian Championships, August 4-11 in Edmonton, Alta.Trail has won the Canadian title five times, the last coming in 1990.For more information go to: http://www.traillittleleague.ca/Home_Page.html Baseball.The sport of the dog days of summer.Fans looking to watch some of the best youth baseball in the province should take flight to Andy Bilesky Park in Trail for the B.C. Little League Championships.The six-team tournament begins Saturday with the host Trail Allstars up against District 3 rep White Rock at 1:30 p.m.The other teams in the tournament are Hastings and Dunbar of Vancouver, Beacon Hill of Victoria and Forest Hills from the Sunshine Coast/Whistler area.The Trail All Stars enter ithe tournament with a 16-2 record of exhibition and tournament play.The squad has a pair of tournament wins, last weekend at the Pullman Summer Classic and in Kelso, Washington.last_img read more